• March 2020
  • Vol. 21, No. 2

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Foster Care Supportive Visitation In-Home Parent Education Program

The Bavolek Nurturing Parenting Program is a nationally recognized, evidence-based program designed to help prevent and treat child abuse and neglect for families with children in out-of-home care. The program is a family-centered and age-specific education approach that helps families build protective factors to increase the health and well-being of their members.

Nurturing Parenting is taught in 12 weekly in-home sessions. During each session, participants learn new skills that they can apply during supervised visits with their children in foster care. Foster care workers are kept abreast of the family's progress toward their goals on a weekly basis.

This program is intended for parents with children in care who are ready to learn how to improve their parenting. Participants must have children currently placed in foster care and be referred for this service by their foster care worker. The program includes a pre- and postassessment.

To learn more about the Foster Care Supportive Visitation In-Home Parent Education Program, visit https://dabsj.org/what-we-do/foster-care/foster-care-supportive-visitation.

 
 

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